With many THANKS!
Sunday Oct. 6th, 2019 …. LOOK who was there!
Thanks for standing & being counted as a Pro-lifer!
Sunday October 6th, 2019 from 2 to 3:30 pm
… intersection of Rte. 59 & Middletown Rd. in Nanuet …
Stand and be counted with thousands of prolifers! You can be a light in a darkened world as you help put an end to aboprtion.
For Info Contact: Eileen at 845-492-6709 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We had many people come to Rte. 59 & Middletown Rd. last Sunday. It was a pleasure to STAND with and alongside the many individuals from our community who attended this annual event to be a VOICE for the unborn … lay & religious … young & “a bit older” alike!
THANKS for being there and supporting this effort!
We hope you will join us on this very special Sunday afternoon on the corner of
Rte. 59 & Middletown Rd. in Nanuet to STAND & be a VOICE for the unborn
and help put an end to abortion.
You can help make this event the largest PRO-LIFE event in Rockland County History.
Bring the entire family!
For more info call (845) 492-6709 or email RachelMinister1@aol.com
We will be there on OCTOBER 7th … Standing Tall & Proud from 2 to 3:30 PM
Hope to see you there.
Oct. 1 — Today Rocklanders stood along with thousands of prolife individuals across the U.S. and Canada in honor of the millions of babies whose lives have been lost to abortion and to pray for people in crisis situations and for our nation.
The Life Chain is an interfaith prayer vigil that takes place every year on the first Sunday of October, Respect Life Sunday. Local Life Chains were held in White Plains, Middletown, Manhattan, Bronx, Staten Island, and 19 other locations in the lower Hudson Valley. This is the 25th year for the Rockland Life Chain, which is held at the intersection of Route 59 and Middletown Road in Nanuet.
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To the 2016 Life Chain participants,
Thank you to everyone who came to the Life Chain. I hope you realize what your presence meant.
May I ask you this? How many of the thousands of people who drove past us last Sunday would have given a moment’s thought to the subject of abortion if we hadn’t been there?
Hardly anyone. It’s certainly not something most people think about much. It was a Sunday afternoon. People were out shopping, listening to the game on the car radio, maybe.
And yet, for a few moments at least, EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM saw something that compelled their attention — that crowd of kids on the corner, the graceful nuns in their blue and white garb, the line of men and women of all ages along the roadside.
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